The Behavior Specialist Assistant is responsible for providing direct support to individuals with unique behavioral and/or mental health challenges. The Behavior Specialist Assistant will be the liaison between the DSP and professional clinicians. The Behavior Specialist will provide training via direct instruction and modeling to the Direct Support Staff, particularly with regard to the implementation of the Behavior Support Plan/Individual Support Plan as well as the proper documentation thereof. The Behavior Specialist Assistant will be responsible for monitorring and collecting data, and other pertinent systems.
Sunday 12a-8a & 5p-11p, Monday 8a-4p, Thur 4p-11p Sat 5p-12p
To give families of children with special health care needs a relief from their responsibilities by providing one to one care for their child within or outside the home by implementing a safety and service plan as approved by the CEDARR.